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Facebook’s stock should trade for $13.80 - MarketWatch
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (MarketWatch) — Well, then, what should be the price of Facebook’s stock?Rather than endlessly rehashing the events that have taken place over ...
Facebook's IPO price: $38 per share - May. 17, 2012
Facebook's IPO will raise $16 billion, making it the third-largest IPO in U.S. history.
Facebook's epic fail - Los Angeles Times
Market pros will be debating the lessons to be drawn from the disastrous first-day trading in Facebook’s initial public offering. But one lesson is that when given ...
In Brief: Facebook’s Price for Going Public - Mobiledia
Mark Zuckerberg may be counting his cash a bit too fast, as a collapse in Facebook's (NASDAQ: FB) stock price triggers regulatory investigations.
Facebook's dream IPO is starting to look like a nightmare - Market Day
The hotly-anticipated Facebook IPO was supposed to be a watershed moment in social media and one of the biggest stock offerings to ever hit Wall Street ...
Nine Things You Should Know About Facebook's IPO - Businessweek
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Warning: Stay Away From The Facebook IPO - Forbes
Without a doubt, Facebook‘s IPO is going to be a smash hit. The social networking giant, led by the hoodie-wearing Mark Zuckerberg, is going to sell more ...
Facebook's bungled IPO ticks off small investors - Market Day
Ivette Vazquez, a restaurant manager in Jersey City, N.J., thought she was jumping into the next big technology boom when she bought 100 shares of Facebook ...
Facebook's IPO draws regulatory scrutiny as shares slide - Telegraph
Facebook's IPO draws regulatory scrutiny as shares slide Facebook's multi-billion initial public offering faces the threat of an investigation by US authorities, as ...
The Big Reason for Facebook's Fizzled IPO: Advertising Pains ...
As Facebook's stock continues its slump, now trading even lower than yesterday's low, the Internet has reached a consensus on why the IPO of the year isn't ...

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Facebook's Board Discovers Sheryl Sandberg. Why Now?
Finally! Victory! A crack in what CNNMoney‘s Laurie Segall calls “the ultimate boys club.” Facebook (FB) has a woman on its board! And not just any woman: Sheryl Sandberg! Then again, that’s the reaction from people who don’t work there.
Sandberg Joins Facebook’s Board
Facebook said on Monday that its chief operating officer, Sheryl K. Sandberg, has joined the social network’s board, becoming the first woman to serve as a director for the company. The elevation of Ms. Sandberg, who joined Facebook in 2008 ...
New York Times
Sheryl Sandberg Joins Facebook's Board
Sheryl Sandberg already threw open one glass ceiling when she became chief operating officer of Facebook in 2008. Now, she is the first female member of the company's board of directors. Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images Facebook's board of ...
Facebook U.S. unique users down 4.8% in 6 months
Falling traffic could be a concern to investors, who justify Facebook's high market value by pointing to its growth potential. Unique visitors are an important measure of growth and activity for social networks and an indicator of whether users ...
CBS News
Facebook's promoted posts: Pay to play, some say
When it began, Facebook was the world's greatest free high school yearbook. Now, for some, it's gone pay-to-play. A Facebook policy announced in late April called Promoted Posts invites owners of some Facebook pages (those with more than 400 ...
Philadelphia Daily News
Facebook Names Sheryl Sandberg to Board
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook‘s No. 2 executive, Sheryl Sandberg, has become the first woman on the social-networking company’s board of directors. Sandberg was lured from Google in 2008 to become Facebook’s chief operating officer.
Facebook’s Hidden “Like” Isn’t Just Good For Mobile Developers, It’s Good For Facebook
Last week’s announcement from Facebook about the new ability for app developers to integrate a hidden, built-in “like” button in their mobile applications seemed to fly under the radar. Not that it wasn’t duly covered by tech press: it ...
Content Apps Could Be First to Embrace Facebook Mobile Likes
Now that third-party mobile developers can integrate Facebook's likes into their mobile apps, brands and marketers are dreaming up new ways to embolden their mobile strategy with the powerful sharing feature. App developers and branded content creators ...
Facebook's 'Find Friends Nearby': A creepy new way to meet people?
The social network is rolling out an optional new service that connects you with like-minded strangers hanging out in your vicinity This is so creepy: There's definitely a "dark side to this thing," says Brent Rose at Gizmodo. Imagine: You're out at a bar ...
Facebook changed everyone's e-mail address without asking. Here's why.
It means keeping Facebook's already-captive audience even more captive. RELATED: The 10 weirdest uses for a smartphone The e-mail change was first pointed out by bloggers over the weekend and publicized by media outlets Monday, leading to gripes from users ...
The Christian Science Monitor
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